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It was near this intersection, on October 15th, that a juvenile male was bitten by a black and white pit bull.  The dog, at the time, was being walked by a man in his early 20s. (photo: Trevor T. Trujillo)
It was near this intersection, on October 15th, that a juvenile male was bitten by a black and white pit bull. The dog, at the time, was being walked by a man in his early 20s. (photo: Trevor T. Trujillo)
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Police Seek Public’s Help in Dog Bite Case

The Laramie Police Department is seeking help from the public in finding the owner of a pit bull that bit a male juvenile earlier this week.

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Jared Baker, a University of Wyoming graduate student majoring in mechanical engineering, poses with his poster presentation in front of UW’s Mount Moran, a high-performance computer in the IT Building. Baker took first place with his project -- that focuses on enhancing the performance of wind turbines -- at the recent Front Range HPC Symposium. As a result, Baker receives an all-expense paid trip to the Supercomputing 12 Conference this fall. (UW Photo)
Jared Baker, a University of Wyoming graduate student majoring in mechanical engineering, poses with his poster presentation in front of UW’s Mount Moran, a high-performance computer in the IT Building. Baker took first place with his project -- that focuses on enhancing the performance of wind turbines -- at the recent Front Range HPC Symposium. As a result, Baker receives an all-expense paid trip to the Supercomputing 12 Conference this fall. (UW Photo)
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UW Student Wins Trip to Supercomputing Conference

UW student, Jared Baker, has earned his way to a high computing conference in Utah this fall.

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With their $6 million gift toward the University of Wyoming’s Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center, Susie and Mick McMurry join the Rochelle family as the two largest private supporters in the institution’s 126-year history. (UW Photo)
With their $6 million gift toward the University of Wyoming’s Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center, Susie and Mick McMurry join the Rochelle family as the two largest private supporters in the institution’s 126-year history. (UW Photo)
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$6 Million McMurry Gift Supports Gateway Center

Philanthropists and entrepreneurs Mick and Susie McMurry have contributed a $6 million leadership gift toward the University of Wyoming’s Marian H. Rochelle Gateway Center. The gift was announced at a special luncheon Wednesday.

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Ron Harper, retired CEO and general manager of Basin Electric, speaks at the recent conference, “Power Generation and Environment: Choices and Economic Trade-offs,” at Teton Village. The conference was hosted by the University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources. (UW Photo)
Ron Harper, retired CEO and general manager of Basin Electric, speaks at the recent conference, “Power Generation and Environment: Choices and Economic Trade-offs,” at Teton Village. The conference was hosted by the University of Wyoming School of Energy Resources. (UW Photo)
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UW Conference Advances Discussion of Potential Carbon Emission Policies

While no federal carbon emission standard exists, limits set by environmental regulators nonetheless pose extreme economic challenges to continued coal-fired electricity generation in the United States and elsewhere.

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Photo by Drew Jacksich (drewj1946), Flickr.com
Photo by Drew Jacksich (drewj1946), Flickr.com
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Historic Train Engine Coming to Laramie

A historic train engine will be in Laramie on Wednesday, October 10. Union Pacific Steam Locomotive No. 844 is scheduled to arrive at the Laramie Train Depot at 3:45 p.m., and the public is invited to view the historic engine.

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Vietnam War veteran Lee Alley will lead the annual UW Homecoming parade that starts at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, at Ninth and Ivinson streets. (UW Photo)
Vietnam War veteran Lee Alley will lead the annual UW Homecoming parade that starts at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, at Ninth and Ivinson streets. (UW Photo)
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Vietnam War Hero Lee Alley is Grand Marshal for UW Homecoming Parade

Lee Alley, a decorated Vietnam War veteran from Wheatland, will be the grand marshal of the annual University of Wyoming Homecoming parade.

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(Lincoln Community Center, Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter)
(Lincoln Community Center, Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter)
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Lincoln Community Center Celebrates Grand Opening

The Laramie Lincoln Community Center, located on the west side of Laramie, will celebrate its grand opening on Saturday, October 6 from 3 pm to 6 pm.

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Ian Wilson, Flickr.com
Ian Wilson, Flickr.com
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What is Your Favorite Book Genre? – Survey of the Day

This is the time of year that staying indoors reading a nice book can be the best activity around. We want to know which books you prefer to read.

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Ian Wilson, Flickr.com
Ian Wilson, Flickr.com
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What is Your Favorite Book Genre?

Let’s face it, the weather is beginning to change whether we like it or not. Leaves are changing color and falling of the trees, and snow will be here before we know it. This is the time of year that staying indoors curled up in front of a fire reading a nice book can be the best activity around

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Photo Courtesy of Tracie Perkins
Photo Courtesy of Tracie Perkins
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Ghost Tours of Laramie City Back for Another Year

Ghost Tours of Laramie City is yet again preparing to scare the pants off people who have enough guts to brave the allegedly haunted Wyoming Territorial Prison after dark. This year they are presenting their ghost tour “Terror Behind Stone Walls”.

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